Around 1938 Cossor introduced 2 digit numbers. Sometimes there is a similar or equivelent set with the normal 3 or 4 digit numbers.

Start here in Rogues Gallary 2 the model numbers are not in date order.

The type 74 is a special case there are at least 3 variants with either a 3 knob or 4 knob layout

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30 3V Battery

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35 4V Battery

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P43

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49

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57 Small AC/DC Set

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64B

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71B

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77

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31 4V Battery

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37  4V Battery

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P44

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49B

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61

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72

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77B Bakelite Case version of the model 77

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32 4V  Battery

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39  3V Battery

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M44

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50

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62

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67A the Model 67 looks similar but has a single playing turntable fitted

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73

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81

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33 4V Battery

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40 4V AC

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45

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Model 53

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62B


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Model

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Model 74 There are 3 Versions of this set

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82

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34 4V Battery

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AD41

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47

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63

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70

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Model 74 Feb 1940 There are 3 versions of this set

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85


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456AC Apr 1946 This is a lightly re-worked pre war model

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470 May 1947

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487 Dec 1947

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494 July 1949

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500

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508 Tablegram

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545 Battery Radiogram Transistor

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559 Valve Record Player July 1957

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565

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577

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462, 464 1946 there seem to be several versions of the tuning scale.

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494U March 1950

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501

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529 Radiogram

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561 Travellers Friend 4 Transistor 1957

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569 Transistor 1959

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579 Looks similar to the 575 but has a magic eye on the left side of the speaker fret.

Post  War Sets

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463 1946 wooden cased version of 464

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480K May 1947

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497 Radiogram Jan 1950

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501U

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520

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540

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549 Melody Maker Apr 1957

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570

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580 Stereo record player

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456B May 1946 lightly re-worked pre war battery model

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489 Radiogram Oct 1948

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499 Sep 1950

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502 Radiogram.

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522

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543

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551 Valve Battery Portable May 1957

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562 Record Player

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571

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581 almost identical to the 569 minor differences

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469  Sep 1947 almost identical to Ever Ready model C chassis

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486 Radiogram

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490K Jan 1948

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499UB Sep 1950

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503UL

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523

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544 Battery record player Transistor. Sept 1956

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552 Valve Battery Portable May 1957

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564 Radiogram May 1958

This is also availble without the radio as model 562

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575

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701K Kit Radio Chassis this same circuit was used in the 564 RG